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Emmy   /ˈɛmi/   Listen
Emmy

noun
1.
An annual award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in television.



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"Emmy" Quotes from Famous Books



... breaking in on her. "She used to belong to your grandmother, and now you belong to her. The plan of ownership has merely been reversed, that's all. Tell me, Miss Emmy Lou, how does it feel to be a human chattel, with no prospect of emancipation?" Then catching the hurt look on her flushed face he dropped his raillery and hastened to make amends. "Well, never mind. You're the sweetest slave girl I ever met—I guess you're the sweetest one that ...
— From Place to Place • Irvin S. Cobb

... With the frown once more scoring the line between his eyes he satirically contrasted Miss Beggs, a servant really, and Emmy. ...
— The Happy End • Joseph Hergesheimer



Words linked to "Emmy" :   award, accolade, honour, honor, laurels



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